|Radiation Health Protection Manual (NAVMED P-5055), Advance Change to - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
To effect an advance change to the subject publication for revision of the personnel dosimetry requirements for radiographers and radiographers' assistants and for implementation of the Lithium Fluoride Thermoluminescent Dosimetry Program
Keywords: Radiation Protection; Radiation Health; Dosimentry; Radiology
|Radiation safety criteria for prolonged spaceflights (kriterii radiatsionnoy bezopasnosti dlitel'nykh kosmicheskikh poletov) - Derbeneva, N. N.|
Radiation safety system for prolonged spaceflights
Keywords: DOSAGE; EXTRATERRESTRIAL RADIATION; RADIATION PROTECTION; SPACE FLIGHT; RADIATION PROTECTION; SPACE RADIATION
|EMF Protection - energytherapy9|
Browse http://www.yourenergytherapy.com/ and get connected to Your Energy Therapy to know 10 simple ways to protect yourself from EMF. We offer the most natural products for reduction of Electromagnetic Radiation. The energy products provided by the company enhance natural energy which in turn leads to better focus and endurance in order to protect you from the radio frequencies arising out of laptops, cell phones .
Keywords: EMF protection; EMF shielding; phone radiation protection; EMF device
|Guaranteeing radiation safety during the Voskhod and Voskhod-2 flights - Antipov, V. V.|
Space radiation doses absorbed by Voskhod I and Voskhod II spacecraft crews
Keywords: DOSAGE; VOSKHOD I SPACECRAFT; VOSKHOD II SPACECRAFT; EXTRATERRESTRIAL RADIATION; RADIATION PROTECTION; SPACECREWS; VOSKHOD 1 SPACECRAFT; VOSKHOD 2 SPACECRAFT; RADIATION PROTECTION; SPACE RADIATION; SPACECREW
|Problems in reactor shielding physics - Collection of articles - Broder, D. L.|
Soviet articles on theoretical and experimental analyses of nuclear reactor shielding against penetrating radiation
Keywords: COMPUTATION; RADIATION PROTECTION; REACTOR; U.S.S.R; NUCLEAR REACTORS; PENETRATION; RADIATION PROTECTION; RADIATION SHIELDING; REACTOR PHYSICS; SHIELDING; U.S.S.R; NUCLEAR SHIELDING
|The Radiation Protection Companion - http://fp.syberad.plus.com/|
Designed for radiation protection professionals, this program obtains information about radionuclides, radiation and dosimetric quantities, and radiation physics. It completes calculations including dose rates and shielding performance. You can look up physical properties for more than 2,800 radionuclides, and calculate dose rates and shielding performance for any nuclide in the database. View and print decay series and calculate serial decay radioactivities...
Keywords: The Radiation Protection Companion; Business; Education and reference; Science; The Health Physicists Companion
|An Anomalous External Force on the MAP Spacecraft - Starin, Scott R.|
A common theme in discussions of the Microwave Anisotropy Probe (MAP) is the attainment of mission goals for minimal cost. One area of cost savings was a reduction in the fuel budget required. To reach orbit around the L2 notation point of the Earth-Sun system, the MAP spacecraft was guided very close to the Moon, allowing a gravity-assisted trajectory out to L2. In order to property time the lunar swing-by, MAP followed a trajectory of three-and-a-half highly elliptical phasing loops...
Keywords: AEROSPACE VEHICLES; SURVEYS; PROPULSION SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS; RADIATION PROTECTION; THERMAL PROTECTION; SPACE COMMERCIALIZATION; CARBON NANOTUBES; TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT
|Pharmacologic Atrial Natriuretic Peptide Reduces Human Leg Capillary Filtration - Watenpaugh, Donald E.|
Atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP) is produced and secreted by atrial cells. We measured calf capillary filtration rate with prolonged venous-occlusion plethys-mography of supine health male subjects during pharmacologic infusion of ANP (48 pmol/kg/min for 15 min; n equals 6) and during placebo infusion (n equals 7). Results during infusions were compared to prior control measurements. ANP infusion increased plasma (ANP) from 30 plus or minus 4 to 2,568 plus or minus 595 pmol/L...
Keywords: BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS; PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES; RADIATION PROTECTION; RADIATION SHIELDING; GALACTIC COSMIC RAYS; RISK; LIQUID HYDROGEN; HEAVY IONS
|Enhancements to and Applications with the ''Unified'' Long-Term PSC Database - Fromm, Michael|
This report summaries the project team's activity during the period 1 January - 31 March 2004. It consists of a project plan, which was completed during this period and an indication of the completion status of each phase of the project. The intention of the investigative team is to closely follow the statement of work documented in our proposal. For this reason, the proposal may be referenced in this and upcoming status reports...
Keywords: SPACE SUITS; PORTABLE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN; ASTRONAUTS; DRAWINGS; FABRICS; RADIATION PROTECTION; RADIATION SHIELDING
|Recollections on Sixty Years of NBS Ionizing Radiation Programs for Energetic X Rays and Electrons (Volume 111) - Koch, H. William|
Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology
Keywords: absorbed dose; synchrotron radiation; betatron; CIRMS; electrons; radiation protection; x rays; reference data
|Fallout protection : what to know and do about nuclear attack - United States. Office of Civil Defense|
Keywords: Civil defense; Radioactive fallout; Radioactivity; Civil Defense; Radiation Protection; Radioactive Fallout
|THE BERING EXPERIMENT - NON|
DATA ARE PRESENTED WHICH WERE COLLECTED BY THE SOVIET PARTY TO THE SOVIET-AMERICAN PROJECT ON MICROWAVE MEASUREMENT OF ICE COVER, SEA STATE AND PRECIPITATION IN BERING SEA, FEBRUARY 15 TO MARCH 7, 1973.
Keywords: RADIATION HAZARDS; RADIATION PROTECTION; SPACE FLIGHT; APOLLO PROJECT; GRAPHS (CHARTS); U.S.S.R. SPACE PROGRAM
|Tethered Formation Configurations: Meeting the Scientific Objectives of Large Aperture and Interferometric Science - Farley, Rodger E.|
With the success of the Hubble Space Telescope, it has become apparent that new frontiers of science and discovery are made every time an improvement in imaging resolution is made. For the HST working primarily in the visible and near-visible spectrum, this meant designing, building, and launching a primary mirror approximately three meters in diameter. Conventional thinking tells us that accomplishing a comparable improvement in resolution at longer wavelengths for Earth and Space Science appli...
Keywords: GREEN'S FUNCTIONS; IONIC COLLISIONS; LIGHT IONS; RADIATION PROTECTION; EXTRATERRESTRIAL RADIATION; HEAVY IONS; BOLTZMANN TRANSPORT EQUATION; FLUX (RATE); CONTINUUM MODELING; IONIZATION
|OPEX propagation measurements and studies - Arbesser-Rastburg, Bertra|
With the launch of the telecommunications Olympus satellite a new area began for the Olympus Propagation Experiments (OPEX) group. The years of preparations are now paying off - the experiments are underway and the co-operative effort is now turning its attention to the processing and analysis of data and to the interpretation of results. The aim here is to give a short review of the accomplishments made since NAPEX 13 and the work planned for the future...
Keywords: EXTRATERRESTRIAL RADIATION; NUCLEAR MEDICINE; RADIOLOGY; X RAY IRRADIATION; HEALTH; RADIATION DOSAGE; RADIATION HAZARDS; RADIATION PROTECTION; SPACE STATIONS; SPACECREWS; CANCER; MORTALITY
|Benchmark Problems Used to Assess Computational Aeroacoustics Codes - Dahl, Milo D.|
The field of computational aeroacoustics (CAA) encompasses numerical techniques for calculating all aspects of sound generation and propagation in air directly from fundamental governing equations. Aeroacoustic problems typically involve flow-generated noise, with and without the presence of a solid surface, and the propagation of the sound to a receiver far away from the noise source. It is a challenge to obtain accurate numerical solutions to these problems...
Keywords: RADIATION PROTECTION; HABITATS; ASTRONAUTS; EXPOSURE; RADIATION DOSAGE; RADIATION EFFECTS; SHIELDING; SOLAR CORPUSCULAR RADIATION; SOLAR FLARES; SOLAR STORMS
|Numerical Modeling Studies of Wake Vortices: Real Case Simulations - Shen, Shao-Hua|
A three-dimensional large-eddy simulation model, TASS, is used to simulate the behavior of aircraft wake vortices in a real atmosphere. The purpose for this study is to validate the use of TASS for simulating the decay and transport of wake vortices. Three simulations are performed and the results are compared with the observed data from the 1994-1995 Memphis field experiments. The selected cases have an atmospheric environment of weak turbulence and stable stratification...
Keywords: EXTRATERRESTRIAL RADIATION; RADIATION PROTECTION; RADIATION DOSAGE; SPACE EXPLORATION; Q FACTORS; LINEAR ENERGY TRANSFER (LET); GALACTIC COSMIC RAYS; DEEP SPACE; ASTRONAUTS
|Blowing Snow Over the Antarctic Plateau - Mahesh, Ashwin|
Studies of blowing snow over Antarctica have been limited greatly by the remoteness and harsh conditions of the region. Space-based observations are also of lesser value than elsewhere, given the similarities between ice clouds and snow-covered surfaces, both at infrared and visible wavelengths. It is only in recent years that routine ground-based observation programs have acquired sufficient data to overcome the gap in our understanding of surface blowing snow...
Keywords: RADIATION DOSAGE; SPACE SHUTTLES; EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY; SOLAR ACTIVITY; SPACE SUITS; RADIATION PROTECTION; TRAPPED PARTICLES; HUMAN BEINGS; MODELS; LOW EARTH ORBITS; COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN; INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION
|Laboratory hood design - Chamberlin, R. I|
A supply air hood is described that provides a curtain of clean air just outside of the hood surface for protection of the operator. The design consists of an overhead plenum which extends out from the hood with tapered sides extending from the plenum to the bench, a slotted baffle plate and two perforated plates with offset holes, dust filters, and a special deflector plate. The latter introduces less than 4 cubic feet flow per minute through the special perforated area so that a sweeping effor...
Keywords: AEROSPACE MEDICINE; NASA PROGRAMS; PHYSIOLOGICAL TESTS; RADIATION INJURIES; MEDICAL PERSONNEL; PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS; RADIATION HAZARDS; RADIATION PROTECTION; RADIOLOGY; HEALTH PHYSICS; INDUSTRIAL SAFETY; MEDICAL SERVICES
|Wave emissions from planetary magnetospheres - Grabbe, Crockett L|
An important development in the Earth magnetosphere was the discovery of the boundary of the plasma sheet and its apparent role in the dynamics of the magnetotails. Three instabilities (negative energy mode, counterstreaming, and the Buneman instability) were investigated through analytical and numerical studies of their frequency and growth rate as a function of the angle of propagation.
Keywords: COPPER; THIN FILMS; DESIGN ANALYSIS; QUANTUM EFFICIENCY; RADIATION HARDENING; GALLIUM ARSENIDES; INDIUM; POLYCRYSTALS; RADIATION PROTECTION; SELENIUM; SINGLE CRYSTALS; SOLAR CELLS; SPACECRAFT POWER SUPPLIES
|An Approximate Analytical Method for Studying Atmosphere Entry of Vehicles with Modulated Aerodynamic Forces - Levy, Lionel L., Jr|
The dimensionless, transformed, nonlinear differential equation developed in NASA TR R-11 for describing the approximate motion and heating during entry into planetary atmospheres for constant aerodynamic coefficients and vehicle shape has been modified to include entries during which the aerodynamic coefficients and the vehicle shape are varied. The generality of the application of the original equation to vehicles of arbitrary weight, size, and shape and to arbitrary atmospheres is retained...
Keywords: FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS; SPECTRA; RADIATION PROTECTION; PROPELLANTS; PLUTONIUM OXIDES; PARTICLE MASS; PARTICLE EMISSION; LAUNCHING; GAS TEMPERATURE; TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT; EXPERIMENT DESIGN; MODELS; SPECTROSCOPY; PROCEDURES; WATER; TEST FACILITIES
|Reduction of hunting in synchronous motor - NON|
Passive or active networks responsive to changes in motor drive current alter the motor drive voltage or phase to damp hunting of the motor.
Keywords: LUNAR RADIATION; EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY; NUCLEAR INTERACTIONS; SPACE PLASMAS; RADIATION PROTECTION; RISK; SOLAR CORPUSCULAR RADIATION; IONIZING RADIATION; MARS ENVIRONMENT; PLASMA RADIATION; GALACTIC RADIATION; SPACE MISSIONS
|Instruction manual model 600F, data transmission test set - NON|
Information necessary for the operation and maintenance of the Model 600F Data Transmission Test Set is presented. A description is contained of the physical and functional characteristics; pertinent installation data; instructions for operating the equipment; general and detailed principles of operation; preventive and corrective maintenance procedures; and block, logic, and component layout diagrams of the equipment and its major component assemblies.
Keywords: NUCLEAR RADIATION; MISSION PLANNING; SPACE MISSIONS; NUCLEAR REACTORS; RADIATION HAZARDS; RADIATION PROTECTION; SAFETY FACTORS; SAFETY MANAGEMENT; SPACE STATIONS; GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT; MISSILE RANGES
|Radiation safety during space flights - Bobkov, V. G.|
Cosmic radiation dosimetry, and shielding methods for manned space flights
Keywords: COSMIC RAYS; MANNED SPACE FLIGHT; RADIATION HAZARD; SHIELDING; DOSAGE; DOSIMETERS; MANNED SPACE FLIGHT; RADIATION DOSAGE; RADIATION HAZARDS; RADIATION PROTECTION; RADIATION SHIELDING; DOSIMETRY
|Generalization of the Time-Energy Uncertainty Relation of Anandan-Aharonov Type - Hirayama, Minoru|
A new type of time-energy uncertainty relation was proposed recently by Anandan and Aharonov. Their formula, to estimate the lower bound of time-integral of the energy-fluctuation in a quantum state is generalized to the one involving a set of quantum states. This is achieved by obtaining an explicit formula for the distance between two finitely separated points in the Grassman manifold.
Keywords: FRAGMENTATION; NUCLEAR SCATTERING; CROSS SECTIONS; HEAVY IONS; HYDROGEN; GALACTIC COSMIC RAYS; OPTICAL PROPERTIES; PARTICLE ACCELERATOR TARGETS; IONIC COLLISIONS; ABLATION; RADIATION PROTECTION
|DRIFTS AND IRREGULARITIES IN THE IONOSPHERE - NON|
THE PRESENT COLLECTION OF ARTICLES PRESENTS THE PRINCIPAL RESULTS OF OBSERVATIONS CONDUCTED AT THE ASHKHABAD, MOSCOW (MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY AND IZMIRAN), TOMSK AND KHAR'KOV STATIONS. SUFFICIENTLY EXTENSIVE AND SYSTEMATIC DATA DEALING WITH THE STUDY OF IONOSPHERIC IRREGULARITIES HAVE BEEN OBTAINED MAINLY DURING THE 1957-1958 PERIOD. THIS MONOGRAPH ALSO INCLUDES AN ARTICLE DEVOTED TO STUDY OF IONOSPHERIC IRREGULARITIES.
Keywords: THERMAL PROTECTION; REENTRY SHIELDING; CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES; AEROSPACE ENGINEERING; SHOCK RESISTANCE; REUSABLE HEAT SHIELDING; RADIATION PROTECTION; HEAT SHIELDING; DIMENSIONAL STABILITY; ENVIRONMENT EFFECTS; THERMAL SHOCK
|Composite Material Application to Liquid Rocket Engines - Judd, D. C|
The substitution of reinforced plastic composite (RPC) materials for metal was studied. The major objectives were to: (1) determine the extent to which composite materials can be beneficially used in liquid rocket engines; (2) identify additional technology requirements; and (3) determine those areas which have the greatest potential for return. Weight savings, fabrication costs, performance, life, and maintainability factors were considered...
Keywords: ABRASION; ROOT-MEAN-SQUARE ERRORS; SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONS; SPACECRAFT SHIELDING; TARGETS; CHARGE DISTRIBUTION; HEAVY IONS; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; NUCLEONS; RADIATION PROTECTION; ABSORPTION; CARBON; MOLYBDENUM
|Application of ecological, geological and oceanographic ERTS-1 imagery to Delaware's coastal resources planning - Klemas, V|
The author has identified the following significant results. Communities containing four different coastal vegetation species, developed marshlands, and fresh water impoundments have been identified in ERTS-1 images. Ground measurements of suspended sediment load have been correlated with tonal variations in band 5.
Keywords: ACCELERATION TOLERANCE; AMINES; CHEMOTHERAPY; CYSTEAMINE; SPACE FLIGHT STRESS; THIOLS; TOLERANCES (PHYSIOLOGY); TOXICITY AND SAFETY HAZARD; NUCLEAR MEDICINE; ANIMALS; ANTIRADIATION DRUGS; EXOBIOLOGY; HYPOXIA; RADIATION PROTECTION; RADIOBIOLOGY; AEROSPACE MEDICINE; ALKYL COMPOUNDS
|IR detectors based on n-i-p-i superlattices - Ruden, P. Pau|
The principles of operation of n-i-p-i photodetectors are discussed. Special consideration is given to issues that are relevant to the performance of IR detectors such as noise, dark current, and surface effects. In addition, a novel IR detector that promises to provide information about the spectral distribution of the infrared radiation emitted from an object and, consequently, about its temperature, independent of the distance between detector and object is discussed...
Keywords: EXTERNAL TANKS; LOW EARTH ORBITS; METEOROID PROTECTION; RADIATION PROTECTION; SPACE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM; STRUCTURAL FAILURE; LUNAR BASES; LUNAR LANDING MODULES; ORBITAL ASSEMBLY; SPACE LOGISTICS; EARTH ORBITS; EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY; FEASIBILITY; INTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY
|Metrics for Labeled Markov Systems - Desharnais, Josee|
Partial Labeled Markov Chains are simultaneously generalizations of process algebra and of traditional Markov chains. They provide a foundation for interacting discrete probabilistic systems, the interaction being synchronization on labels as in process algebra. Existing notions of process equivalence are too sensitive to the exact probabilities of various transitions. This paper addresses contextual reasoning principles for reasoning about more robust notions of ''approximate'' equivalence betw...
Keywords: NEUTRON SOURCES; THEOREMS; TARGETS; SOLAR STORMS; SOLAR FLARES; SOLAR CORPUSCULAR RADIATION; RADIATION TRANSPORT; MONTE CARLO METHOD; ALGORITHMS; PARTICLE INTERACTIONS; SHIELDING; BOLTZMANN TRANSPORT EQUATION; RADIATION PROTECTION; EXTRATERRESTRIAL RADIATION; ELASTIC PROPERTIES; WATER
|Isotopic ages and characteristics of ancient (pre-Serenitatis) crustal rocks at Apollo 17 - Premo, W. R.|
The topics covered include the following: (1) problems with the isotopic systematics in lunar samples; (2) ancient crustal ages at the Apollo 17 site; and (3) isotopic characteristics of ancient Apollo 17 rocks - implications for their petrogenesis.
Keywords: AEROSPACE SAFETY; ORBIT INSERTION; RADIATION HAZARDS; RADIATION PROTECTION; REACTOR DESIGN; LUNAR EXPLORATION; MANNED MARS MISSIONS; REACTOR SAFETY; SPACE POWER REACTORS; EARTH ORBITS; GROUND HANDLING; LOW EARTH ORBITS; MISSION PLANNING
|STS-43 Space Shuttle mission report - Fricke, Robert W|
The STS-43 Space Shuttle Program Mission Report contains a summary of the vehicle subsystem operations during the forty-second flight of the Space Shuttle Program and the ninth flight of the Orbiter Vehicle Atlantis (OV-104). In addition to the Atlantis vehicle, the flight vehicle consisted of the following: an External Tank (ET) designated as ET-47 (LWT-40); three Space Shuttle main engines (SSME's) (serial numbers 2024, 2012, and 2028 in positions 1, 2, and 3, respectively); and two Solid Rock...
Keywords: NUCLEAR ELECTRIC PROPULSION; RADIATION PROTECTION; SPACE EXPLORATION; SPACECREWS; SYSTEMS HEALTH MONITORING; TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING; TURBINE PUMPS; PROJECT MANAGEMENT; PROJECT PLANNING; PROPULSION SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS; PROPULSION SYSTEM PERFORMANCE; ROCKET ENGINE DESIGN; TEST FACILITIES; FEED SYSTEMS; NUCLEAR FUELS
|Specialized data analysis of SSME and advanced propulsion system vibration measurements - Coffin, Thomas|
The basic objectives of this contract were to perform detailed analysis and evaluation of dynamic data obtained during Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) test and flight operations, including analytical/statistical assessment of component dynamic performance, and to continue the development and implementation of analytical/statistical models to effectively define nominal component dynamic characteristics, detect anomalous behavior, and assess machinery operational conditions...
Keywords: ELECTRICAL INSULATION; SPACECRAFT POWER SUPPLIES; THERMAL INSULATION; ELECTRIC NETWORKS; OXYGEN ATOMS; SILICON; KAPTON (TRADEMARK); OXIDATION RESISTANCE; POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITS; PROTECTIVE COATINGS; RADIATION PROTECTION; SILICON OXIDES; SOLAR ARRAYS; SPACE STATION FREEDOM
|em385-1-80 radiation protection|
Keywords: radiation; radioactive; dose; nrc; rpo; license; exposure; material; protection; cfr; radioactive waste; radiation safety; radioactive material; ionizing radiation; radiation protection; generating devices; effective dose; radiation generating; dose equivalent; protection program
|Space Shuttle Main Engine propellant path leak detection using sequential image processing - Smith, L. Montgomery|
Initial research using theoretical radiation transport models established that the occurrence of a leak in the powerhead of the SSME is accompanied by a sudden but sustained change in intensity in a given region of an image. During this work period, temporal processing of video images on a frame-by-frame basis has been used to detect leaks within a given field of view. The leak detection algorithm developed in this study consists of a digital highpass filter cascaded with a moving average filter...
Keywords: ABSORPTION CROSS SECTIONS; THIN FILMS; COMPUTER DESIGN; ELASTIC SCATTERING; ENERGETIC PARTICLES; ENERGY DISSIPATION; HEAVY IONS; HELIUM ISOTOPES; LIGHT ELEMENTS; LITHIUM ISOTOPES; NUCLEAR REACTIONS; BORON REINFORCED MATERIALS; PARTICLE ACCELERATION; SOLAR COSMIC RAYS; WEIGHT (MASS); BORON 10; COMPUTER PROGRAMS; PARTICLE INTERACTIONS; POLYMERIC FILMS; RADIATION PROTECTION; SPACECRAFT SHIELDING; THERMAL NEUTRONS